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Blount County, Tennessee Deeds, Deed Book1, 1795-1819, Jane Kizer Thomas, 2016, paper, 124 pp.
Tennessee: Blount County: Blount County, Tennessee Deeds, Deed Book1, 1795-1819, Jane Kizer Thomas, 2016, paper, 124 pp. 501-T5692 N
Building Neighborhoods: Jackson County, Tennessee, Early Land Records Prior to 1820
Betty Huff Bryant. Paperback, (1992), 2014, 8.5" x 11", Maps, Illus., Index, 256 pp.
Campbell County, Tennessee Register's Book C 1817-1820
Campbell County, located in upper eastern Tennessee was created in 1806 out of portions of Anderson and Claiborne. It was named for Colonel Arthur Campbell, a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses and an officer during the American Revolutionary War. This volume contains the records of deeds for the years given. Deed Records are very important in research as they give details about the people and lands that may not be found anywhere else.
112 Pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, 8.5"x11", Reprinted 2016
Carter County, TN Records of Six Baptist Associations 1832-1841
Carter County, TN Records of Six Baptist Associations 1832-1841
Full name index for each set of association minutes
85 Pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, 8.5"x11", Reprinted 2017, TN-1431
Decatur County, Tennessee Marriage Book 1 - 1869-1874, WPA Records, 74 pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Reprinted 2016
Tennessee: Decatur County: Decatur County, Tennessee Marriage Book 1 - 1869-1874, WPA Records, 74 pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Reprinted 2016 114-TN-1415 N
Decatur County is located on the west side of the Tennessee River as it leaves Alabama and travels north to join into the Ohio River at Paducah, Kentucky. It was created in November 1845 from a portion of Perry County that was on the west side of the Tennessee River. It was named for Stephen Decatur, Jr. who had gained national recognition in the First Barbary War and the Second Barbary War as well as the War of 1812. These marriage records are given here in the exact form that would be found in the court house, It lists the couple being married, the date the license is issued and when the wedding took place. Added to this are the name[s] of the surety or bondsmen and the clerk of the court at the time. Typical of all Tennessee counties, this is about the standard form for marriage records.
Dickson County, Tennessee Marriage Records 1838-1849
Dickson County, located just west of Nashville and Davidson County in middle Tennessee, was established on 25 October 1803 and named for William Dickson, a physician from Nashville and in the United States Congress. In these marriage records, the first thing you will notice is that the W.P.A. copy of the records have three different index. The original index to the book listed each bride and groom in separate columns. Later a new index was added that merged the two list. Finally, there is an index to the officials given in each marriage. As with most all of the marriage records for Tennessee, you will get the names of the bride/groom and official. The two different dates are usually given, when the license is issued by the court and then when the marriage actually took place.
Genealogy at a Glance: Tennessee Genealogy Research
Michael A Ports
Pub Date: June 2018
Print Pages: 4 pp., folded
Grainger County, Tennessee Marriage Records 1796-1837, WPA Records, 150 pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Reprinted 2016
Tennessee: Grainger County: Grainger County, Tennessee Marriage Records 1796-1837, WPA Records, 150 pages, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, Reprinted 2016 114-TN-1408 N
Grainger County, found in east Tennessee, was formed in 1796 out of Knox and Hawkins Counties. It was named for Mary Grainger Blount, wife of Governor William Blount, then Governor of the Territory South of the River Ohio. These records include the names of the brides and grooms as well as the names of any Bondsmen, Witnesses and Officials if they are given. Included in these records are the dates the license is issued and the date of the wedding if given. Not all entries have all of the details but what is showing in the official records are recorded here for research.
Greene County, Tennessee County Court Records 1802-1804
Greene County, one of the older counties in Tennessee located in the middle east section of the state was created in 1783 from the original Washington District of North Carolina. It was named for Major General Nathanael Greene of the Continental Army from Rhode Island. The area was developed from the “Nolichucky settlement” established by pioneer Jacob Brown on land leased in the early 1770s from the Cherokee. These county court minutes reflect an important time in the history of the county as they give details of the everyday running of the county. Here are many people coming to court for the usual activities within a county.
Haywood County, Tennessee Marriage Records 1859-1866
Haywood County, located in west Tennessee, was created in 1823-1824 out of land from Madison County and was named for John Haywood, Attorney General of North Carolina. In these records, you will find the usual records for Tennessee marriages, i.e. the names of the bride/groom with the name of the official and witness/bondsmen. Two dates are usually given, that is the date the license is issued and the date of the wedding. This is all that any of the records for this time period will contain.
Hickman County, Tennessee Guardian & Administrative Settlement 1844-1846
Hickman County, located in middle Tennessee was established in 1807 and named for Edwin Hickman, an explorer and surveyor killed by Indians at Defeated Creek in 1791. This name was suggested by Robert Weakley, a legislator who had been a member of the Hickman survey party. The records are those dealing with the orphans within the county at the time period. Many of the records name the father and/or mother of the children and many times other children involved. The guardians are listed with the assets of the orphans. These are great records when there is an orphan in the family.
Hickman County, Tennessee Guardian & Administrative Settlements Volume D 1847-1852
Hickman County, located in west Middle Tennessee, was established in 1807 and named for Edwin Hickman, an explorer and surveyor who was killed by Indians on Defeated Creek in 1791. Robert Weakley, a legislator who had been a member of Hickman’s surveying party suggested the name for this county. During much of the early period of the county, iron ore was the main source of income for the area and the furnaces that produce iron. This volume includes the records of the guardians and their administration of orphans as to the expenses incurred in behalf of those orphans and the estates of deceased persons.
History of Davidson County Tennessee
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Johnson County, Tennessee Wills and Letters of Administration Volume 1 Book 1 1827-1867
Reprinted 2017, TN-1433, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, 8.5"x11" 96 Pages
Marriage Records Warren County Tennessee Vol-1
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Notable Men of Tennessee
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Notable Men of Tennessee From 1833-1875
Notable Men of Tennessee From 1833-1875. This is an E-book offered by our partner.
Prominent Tennesseans 1796-1938
Prominent Tennesseans, 1796 - 1938. Who's Who Publishing Co. (1940). This is an E-book offered by our partner.
Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Tennessee 1861 to 1866
Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Tennessee 1861 to 1866. This is an E-book offered by our partner.